Central Italy: landscapes, and the reflections of an urban policy
- A potential economic and ecological importance
- A possible flexibility of the treaty for a future operation?
- Climatic upheaval with multiple outcomes
- Towards recognition of indigenous peoples
- The Arctic: a military zone that is highly strategic
Historians have long presented a communal model which profoundly changed the urban structures of the Middle Ages. However, we know that the scheme was not as clear and there remained a number of continuities and differences in each city. It's been the same for the landscapes of cities that provide very diverse and interesting features. What the author means by "urban policy" consists of a series of approaches and interventions. The interventions are meant for simple traffic regulations, contracts or unhealthy activities, and secondly the heavier and constructive interventions could make a clean sweep of the ancient heritage and reshape landscape facing the interests of powerful groups.